Buy new batts for Bosch 18V NiMH set, or switch to a Li-Ion set?
I have a Bosch 18V cordless set that uses NiMH batts. The original batteries are shot and a replacement pair will be about $160. Wondering if this is a good time to try and sell the set and move into a Li-Ion set, which would more likely than not be DeWalt or Milwaukee.
I'm thinking that if I sold the current tools without the batteries, I could get $250'ish. Add the $160 for new batteries I would have to spend, and I'm only $100-150 off from a new 4 piece Li-Ion set. So the math makes sense to me.
Just wondering if it's worthwhile for new Li-Ion tech?